Bracing Rods

Safe for veggies
Safe for kids
Comfortable Roots

We recognize out customers are as creative as the plants they grow. Extra bracing rods help ensure your creative ideas can come to life. They are made of lightweight aluminum. The rods are threaded internally on both sides to accept the bolt on the outside of your Sproutbox Garden. This helps keep the shape of your longer or larger garden kit creations. Make sure you are purchasing the right length of rod that suits your needs.

2' & 3.5' Bracing Rods are designed for the 9in1 Modular Garden Kits.

2.5' & 4.0' Bracing Rods are designed for the L-shaped Garden Kits

Regular price $8.95 CAD
Regular price Sale price $8.95 CAD

Choose your finish.



Each garden kit comes with multiple panels for complete autonomy of your dream garden set-up. The modular design gives you endless configurations when buying multiple sets.


The thick Aluzinc steel (0.6mm) is what sets us apart. Your garden kit is designed to last 3-7x longer than regular galvanized steel and has a lifespan up to 20 years. Important: When considering purchasing metal garden kits, check the thickness and kind of metal. Most other products on the market are made of cheap, low grade metal that will quickly rust out.

Safe for Kids

Commercial grade rubber lines the top of the garden providing a comfortable place to rest arms and hands on, while also making it safe for kids. Rounded corners and acorn nuts provide additional safety considerations.

Comfortable Roots

Take control of your soil health with 17” of fresh fertile earth. The generous depth provides ample room for strong roots and healthy plants.


The Aluzinc steel is 100% recyclable and made using a green manufacturing process.

Safe for Veggies

The Aluzinc steel provides safe gardening for all your vegetables. With typical soil acidity levels hovering around neutral, there should be no concern with leaching metals into your soil.

Do I need to purchase bracing rods separately from the garden bed kit?

Bracing rods are already provided in the garden kits that require them. There is no need to purchase more bracing rods separate unless you are getting creative beyond the scope of the typical layouts.